Fiber To The X [FTTX] Solutions
Fiber to the X [FTTX] is a broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for final leg of telecommunications. As fiber optic cables are able to carry much more data than copper cables, especially over long distances, copper telephone networks built in the 20th century are being replaced by fiber. FTTX is a generalization for several configurations of fibre deployment, arranged into two groups: FTTP/FTTH/FTTB ]Fiber laid all the way to the premises/home/building] and FTTC/N [fiber laid to the cabinet/node]. Enable high speed broad-band connectivity everywhere.
Faster than lightning network.
For any person or institution, accurate and fast information is the key part of motivation. In general most successful people or businesses are those with best information. To share information and communicate in the blink of an eye, and to meet the increasing demand for high-speed broadband internet access, Steel Grape offers Fiber to the X (FTTX) solutions, which comprises the many variants of fiber optic access infrastructure. These include fiber to the home (FTTH), fiber to the premise (FTTP), fiber to the building (FTTB), fiber to the node (FTTN), fiber to the curb or cabinet (FTTC) and to the offices (FTTO).
Upper Hand : .
- Breathtaking Speed
- Enhanced bandwidth
- Ability to Bundle Services
- Increases Property Value
- Higher Immunity and Reliability
- Easy Deployment
- Enhanced Data Security
- Green and energy efficient
More than 10 million homes worldwide already have fiber-to-the-home broadband connections because the technology holds many advantages over current technologies.
A key benefit to FTTx broadband is that it provides for far faster connection speeds and carrying capacity than twisted pair conductors, DSL or coaxial cable. When a single copper pair conductor can carry six phone calls. A single fiber pair can carry more than 2.5 million phone calls simultaneously. Even with the greatly enhanced bandwidth, however, cost is about the same as current technologies.
FTTx broadband connections also will allow consumers to "bundle" their communications services. For instance, a consumer could receive telephone, video, audio, television and just about any other kind of digital data stream using a simple FTTH broadband connection. Such an arrangement would be more cost effective and simpler than receiving those services via different lines, as is often the case today.
So let us build together the future-oriented green broadband networks with the lowest TCO.